We selected this restaurant because of a recommendation by our private tour guide as a special place to eat on the occasion of our 37th wedding anniversary. Normally, I would not expect particularly special food at a hotel's restaurant, but we took her advice anyway, and I'm glad we did. Because it was a special event, they greeted us with complimentary champaign. Because it didn't take us long to learn how large the food portions are in Prague compared with most of the places at which we dine in the U.S.A., we did what we've been doing every night of this trip and split one portion, in this case, Duck Confit. Following complimentary bread (which was much better than the usual bland restaurant bread, and which we didn't expect since bread is typically ordered separately in Prague), we were treated to a large, outstanding duck confit, served with plenty of red cabbage and 3 large potatoe dumplings with a brown gravy. Everything was excellent. The wait staff was very friendly and quite attentive at all times. I recommend Cafe Imperial highly!